Heisman trophy winning quarterback Robert Griffin III and his go to receiver Kendall Wright lead Baylor explosive offense against the Washington Huskies. With Matt Barkley staying in school for another season Griffin could go as high as #2 overall. Kendall Wright has been rising up boards and is generally considered a first round prospects by scouts. Talented tailback Chris Polk leads Washington who have an underrated defensive front seven led by senior tackle Alameda Ta’amu.


Rnd Name Pos # Yr Comments
1stRobert GriffinQB104JrAthletic quarterback with a developing game. Has the arm strength necessary to make all the passes, accurate on his throws and also dangerous carrying the ball. Has shown consistent improvement since his freshman season.
2-3Kendall WrightWR14SrQuick, elusive and reliable receiver very effective running after the reception. Potential slot/third receiver at the next level.
5thRobert GriffinG794SrJunior college transfer that really develop into a fine football player last season. Massive, powerful at the point he also moves well on his feet. Has a nice upside.
6thPhilip BlakeT744SrFormer offensive tackle that moved the center last season and had a productive campaign. Quick in all his actions, possesses good size and outstanding with the shotgun snaps. Could make a big rise up draft boards.
6thIvory WadeT783JrUnderrated offensive blocking prospect that lines up at right tackle and will also get looks at offensive guard.
6-7Josh GordonWR123JrLarge, possession receiver with reliable hands. Recently suspended from the team.
FANicolas Jean-BaptisteDT905SrBig, surprisingly nimble defensive tackle that can be overpowering force in the middle of the line. Looks poorly conditioned, does not chase the action hard and plays below his level of ability. Has an upside yet must quickly kick into gear.


Round Name Pos #YrComments
2ndAlameda Ta’amuDT744SrPowerful, interior nose tackle/defensive tackle prospect coming off a disappointing season. Holds the point on the inside and a plugger that occupies blockers. Must learn to use his hands better.
2-3Chris PolkRB14JrStrong and explosive interior runner that shows a burst.
3rdDesmond TrufantCB63Jr
3rdJermaine KearseWR154SrSolid possession wide out with reliable hands. Potential fourth receiver at the next level.
4thSenio KelemeteG564SrCollege tackle that projects to guard. Strong and moves his feet well.
7thQuinton RichardsonCB285SrNice sized corner best facing the action in a zone system.
FADevin AguilarWR94Sr